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I have a full copy of the HLI Chronicle including the Great War period. If anyone requires any look-ups please let me know. Post a reply here, or better still send me a PM, open for business for the next few weeks...

Woody

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Hi Woody - a long shot, is there any info at all on Private George P. Taylor, 6059/332800 who served in the 9th Highland Light Infantry.

Killed 25th September 1917 during the battle of the Menin road.

Many thanks

Martin

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Hi Woody - a long shot, is there any info at all on Private George P. Taylor, 6059/332800 who served in the 9th Highland Light Infantry.

Killed 25th September 1917 during the battle of the Menin road.

Many thanks

Martin

Martin

Had a good look through - sorry no mention. Not even in the KIA lists.

Sorry

Gary

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I have a full copy of the HLI Chronicle including the Great War period. If anyone requires any look-ups please let me know. Post a reply here, or better still send me a PM, open for business for the next few weeks...

Woody

Hi Woody

Is there any reference to a Pte.Paterson Thomas S. Reg no 8342 Highland Light Infantry

thanks

Dougie

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Woody

Anything extra on this man would be appreciated.

MOORE, Robert, 10024, killed 11/01/1917, born Larne, Co Antrim, served 1st Bn. THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY, Private, killed Mesopotamia, Son of John & Margaret Moore,

brother of Mary A Steele, Headstone in Raloo New Presbyterian Cemetery

Regards

Carninyj

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armourersergeant

Woody sent you a PM

cheers Arm

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Woody,

could you please look for the 12bn and frederick thomas gardiner who died on 31/07/1917 somewhere between pilkemridge and frezenberg

thank you sabine(from ieper)

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Arm

P512 July 1900 Chronicle

To be 2nd Lieutenants

Pte A J McCulloch from City of London Imp Vols (recommended by Field Marshall Commander in Chief South Africa) – 4th Aug 1900

2ND Lt A J McCulloch to be Lt 23rd April 1904 (Page 22 Jan 1905 Chronicle)

Page 5 Jan 1909 Chronicle – Qualified for staff college by recent compettitive examination

Lt A J McCulloch HLI

Hope this is of use

I have sent you a PM Also

Woody

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Woody,

And can I support Sabine's question ?

(Interest based on the thread in Classics "A soldier who used to have a grave".)

Thanks,

Aurel

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Spent a couple of hours trawling through the Chronicle Unfortunately I cannot find any references to

Pte Thomas S Paterson 8342, Robert Moore 10024, T F Gardiner or Andrew Wands 7689.

Apologies to everyone, but it appears they are not mentioned in the chronicle

Regards

Woody

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armourersergeant

Woody,

thanks for what you posted, got the PM and replied.

thanks

Arm

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Hi Woody

Please could you check out Cpl/Lieut Wilfred Charles Carthew 2nd/15th HLI?

Thanks

Des

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Woody,

Can you have a look for anything on a Sergeant Alexander Duthie, number 330540. 1st Coy, 9th Battalion. He won the MM in October 1916, and died 15/10/1918?

Thanks,

David

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Canadian Grenadier

Hello and thank-you for your offer of help.  I'm interested in anything relating to two brothers, Joseph and William McWhaw.  Both Privates, Joseph in the 1st Bn, William in the 10th.  Thanks in advance.

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